Agricultural Commodities

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The Hindu Business Line  Jun 17  Comment 
Market regulator SEBI’s decision on Thursday to ban chana futures trading on the NCDEX has sparked investor fears that similar action could be taken on other agriculture commodities, if prices spike s...
Agrimoney.com  May 19  Comment 
Red dials were seen across the screens today as prices for most agricultural commodities slumped.
Mondo Visione  May 19  Comment 
GMEX Technologies (GMEX TECH), part of the GMEX Group and Avenir Technology Limited (Avenir), the UK based post-trade software firm, today announced phase 2 of the project to implement the warehouse receipt system, AvenirWRS, is live at the...
MarketWatch  May 12  Comment 
We’re “sort of at equilibrium,” says our call of the day from a hedge fund manager who runs a cool $12 billion and spoke at the SALT conference. Meanwhile, today’s chart focuses on something that is soaring — a play on agricultural...
Wall Street Journal  May 2  Comment 
The recent fevered commodities trading in China hasn’t been limited to iron ore, with investors also piling bets on futures for everything from wheat and cotton to more obscure products like eggs and asphalt.
Reuters  Apr 19  Comment 
U.S. agricultural commodities trader Cargill Inc said Tuesday it has signed a deal to acquire NatureWax, an Illinois-based producer of vegetable oil-based waxes used to make...
The Hindu Business Line  Apr 12  Comment 
Prices of agricultural commodities tend to fall during peak arrivals. However, the price of chana (chickpea/Bengal gram), the lone pulse traded on the futures, started rising in February. Chana prices...
Reuters  Mar 21  Comment 
Louis Dreyfus , one of the world's largest traders of agricultural commodities, reported a sharp drop in full-year profit and announced a new brand strategy as it tries to...
Financial Times  Feb 19  Comment 
Prices may rise amid record levels of bearish bets against agricultural commodities
The Hindu Business Line  Feb 4  Comment 
A well-developed futures market for agricultural commodities is imperative for farmers to predict earnings and plan future investments, as these reduce seasonal price variations and protect them from ...




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Agricultural Commodities refer, in general, to commodities grown or produced on a farm. This includes most feed and staple grains (e.g. corn, rice, etc.) as well as livestock (pork) and products produced from livestock (milk). This is different from Soft Commodities, which, though generally produced through agriculture, are a specific subset of (usually tropically produced) commodities.

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